Extension II: Project-based action learning
Project-based action learning is a way of setting up peer consultation in existing teams, such as project groups or management teams. The team members become ‘comrades in adversity’ (Revans, 1978), who help each other through a common project and learn from it as it unfolds, while they feed the learning back into the project itself and their professional practice (Casey, 1976).
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